LA HOSTERÍA DEL PUEBLO
Boutique Hotel In Valle de Bravo
COME & REST WITH US AND ENJOY THE MAGICAL TOWN OF VALLE DE BRAVO
Spacious room to enjoy with the family, it has views of the patio, 2 double beds, 1 single bed, fireplace, flat screen with SKY, chest of drawers, dresser, dressing room, private bathroom with hot shower and hot and cold water dispenser with coffee service and yo
Rustic Room in Boutique Hotel, It has King size bed, single sofa bed, fireplace, flat screen with SKY, dressing room, private bathroom with hot shower, dressing table and hot and cold water dispenser with coffee and tea service.
Superior Double Room
Enjoy a spacious and fresh room, with king size bed, fireplace, private bathroom with hot shower, flat screen with SKY, dressing table, wardrobe, cold and hot water dispenser with coffee and tea service, living room and view to the yard.
Rustic Room with Mexican decoration, It has 1 Double Bed, Flat Screen with Sky, Dispenser of cold and hot water with coffee and tea service, Frigobar, Iron, Wardrobe and Bathroom with Hot Shower. One these Rooms has accessibility for Wheelchair.
Located in the heart of the Magical Town "Valle de Bravo" The Hostería del Pueblo opens its doors in 2016 seeking to satisfy the needs of a market that seeks to live unique experiences focused on knowing the traditions and customs of a typical Mexican town such as Valle de Bravo. Bravo. When leaving your rooms you will find the central courtyard with a fountain where you can have breakfast, have a delicious cocktail or just sit and read, relax and enjoy the sun in our comfortable tables with umbrellas. The Hosteria del Pueblo has a garden area, solarium, jacuzzi and a small pool to complement the activities of tourism with recreation and why not relax for a while and enjoy some snacks, a good beer or a refreshing cocktail. In our place we also offer therapies and relaxing massages and the famous Temazcal (Prehispanic Steam Bath)
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What to do in Valle de Bravo
Mercado de Artesanías
Valle de Bravo also offers options for those who want to take the "souvenir". The Handicraft Market offers handicrafts from the region and throughout the Republic (especially from Michoacán, Guerrero and Jalisco). The most typical are glazed clay pottery, wrought iron, fabrics, embroidery and fraying, high temperature ceramics and ocoxal basketry. You can not miss it.
This pleasant park is located in front of the municipal jetty and was created for the coexistence of the locals. It has playgrounds, green areas and track for skating and cycling. It also hosts cultural, musical and political events.
Cascada Velo de Novia
Impressive waterfall that is fed by the San Juan stream. It receives this name because the forms that take its descent give the appearance of a huge and white "Bridal Veil". To arrive you must go to the Avándaro subdivision. Inside the reserve there is a mild climate thanks to the large number of trees that are preserved around it. Its green areas are equipped so that people can do picnics, excursions or camping. It has a viewpoint from which you can see a panoramic view of the town of Valle de Bravo.
Surrounded by forests and waterfalls, in Avándaro a beautiful residential area has been developed, especially weekend houses. One of the attractions is the Velo de Novia waterfall. In the seventies, the place gained fame when the first Rock and Wheels Festival of Avándaro took place, on the night of September 11, 1971. Featured rock groups attended an audience of more than two hundred thousand people.ues, restaurantes de comida internacional, centros comerciales, tiendas de lanchas, motos,bicicletas de montaña y renta de vehículos todo terreno entre varias actividades más.
Casa de Oración Carmel Maranathá
Carmel Maranatha is a house of prayer Built in the 70s, it is a house of Carmelite monks. The name Maranatha means "Come Lord." The center, spiritual consideration and retreat, the invitation to meditation and personal knowledge through silence. Its interior is richly decorated by artistic works such as paintings and sculptures. Frequently private retreats are made but the doors are open daily for the general public. Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Jardín Principal (Zócalo)
It is the main point where the most important avenues of the town converge. Over time it has undergone numerous renovations. It is decorated with a kiosk in its central part and surrounded by leafy trees that cover the benches that surround it with its shadow. The San Francisco Parish is admired on one side. It is a magnificent place to attend in the afternoon and savor a rich snow or delicious skis prepared very Vallesano style. Around there are Los Portales where numerous shops offer their services to visitors.
Lago de Valle de Bravo
San Francisco del Temacaltepec Valley, the original name of this region, was a quiet village of farmers. In 1937 the works that would give construction to the Ixtapantongo power plant, better known as Miguel Alemán Hydroelectric System, began. For this project, 2,900 hectares of agricultural land that formed the central part of the valley were flooded. This is how this artificial lake was formed, which today is the heart of the city, where you can practice many water sports and boat trips.
The Monarch Butterfly; It arrives every fall to Mexican lands when it begins its migration from Canada and the United States, to the oyameles forests of the states of Michoacán de Ocampo and Mexico, which provide the ideal conditions for its growth and reproduction. It is characterized by being an insect of great beauty, resistance and longevity. Travel around 120 kilometers per day and travel in approximately 33 days.
Entre los meses de Noviembre a Marzo, es común apreciar a la Mariposa Monarca volando libremente dentro del espacio carretero de la vía Saucos - Valle de Bravo - Saucos (rodeado de bosque de Oyameles).
Se recomienda tomar la precaución de manejar a baja velocidad en las áreas indicadas para no asustar a los pequeños insectos; en algunos puntos se permite el acceso con automóvil para después realizar un recorrido a pie o a caballo dentro del bosque, y así poder admirar este ejemplar único.
In 2007 this market was remodeled to give a better image to its visitors. All the traditional products of the region can be found inside. In addition, it has a special section where people can go to taste typical dishes prepared by expert hands and made with these products.
Museo Joaquín Arcadio Pagaza
The Instituto Mexiquense de Cultura preserves this typical 17th-century house to pay tribute to a famous literary and humanist born in Valle de Bravo (1839 - 1918), through the dissemination of his work and the exhibition of objects that testify to his life and thought. During the nineteenth and twentieth centuries important social transformations such as the Liberal Reform (1854) occurred; the French Intervention (1862); the Porfirian dictatorship (1876-1911); the Mexican Revolution (1910); and the invasion of the United States to Mexico (1914), of which Pagaza was a faithful witness, and why he wanted to impregnate in his poetry the deepest inspiration and sensitivity towards nature, in contrast to the hectic political effervescence that reigned in Mexico. The revolutionary war of 1910 framed the last years of his life, at which time he showed his generous dignity as a patriot by being a benefactor of the Red Cross, through the donation he made to that humanitarian body of jewelry, furniture, and valuable personal books. The visitor will be able to appreciate in the tour through the rooms of this enclosure: paintings, photographs, books, clothing and documents that reveal the historical and throbbing 19th century, in that region of the State of Mexico, along with the great Vallesan intellectual figure that It represents Pagaza.
Parroquia de San Francisco de Asis
Dedicated to the patron San Francisco de Asis, the Parish of San Francisco de Asís protects in its interior sculptural works of the 17th century. It is the highest temple in the State of Mexico. Its construction began in 1880 to be completed more than a century later in 1994. The whole stands out the size of the huge neoclassical columns that flank the facade. Every year in October the party is held in honor of the saint, a magnificent event that includes traditional dances of the concheros and Moors, mojigangas, fireworks, ornate yuntas and a large popular festival in the central garden.
Templo del Señor de Santa María Ahuacatlán
When it was built, it was named "La Capilla del Calvario", but underwent a reconstruction in 1864, which was never completed. It might seem like a small lost temple, one more ... but it contains a good secret: a Black Christ. This image is highly revered by the locals and contains numerous legends that were portrayed in four gigantic canvases by Phillippa and that can be appreciated on the premises. Every third of May the patron's feast is celebrated and during the first days of this month Valle de Bravo is filled with faithful from all over Mexico.
ChuChu Train is an excellent option to take tours and get to know some of the tourist attractions of Valle de Bravo. ChuChu offers the customer three different travel routes: Waterfalls Tour, Maranatha Tour, Historic Center Tour. The tours begin in front of the municipal jetty on the Coastal Ave. and last approximately 1hr.
Vuelo en Parapente
Live the experience of flying in one of the most beautiful landscapes of our Mexico, with the spectacular view of the lake, the town and the mountains. The Paraglider has a perfectly aerodynamic profile and a larger wing than the parachute, with cells open in front and closed behind, the person has much more time to plan and the flight starts from the side of the mountain in the protected Natural Park of Monte Alto and landing on the shore of the Lake. You can not lose this.